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CURRENTLY ASSIGNED BOUNTIES
JAVA - (Milestone 1) JVM for AmigaOS
This bounty is for milestone 1 of Jamiga2. Milestone 1 covers the basic functionality of a working Java implementation, which also offers some novel applications to AmigaOS.
Port of VPDF
"VPDF is a fast and efficient PDF viewer done for morphos 3.0 and since then released as opensource, this bounty aim is to get a port made for AmigaOS4.1"
JIT for E-UAE
"This bounty is for developing a JIT version of E-UAE for AmigaOS4.1."
Gnash - Assigned to afxgroup
"Gnash is a GNU Flash movie player"
wxWidgets phase one - Assigned to abalaban
"First phase of a wxWidgets port"
| Recent news|
|Change of bounty requirements for Project: Timberwolf||Posted by Cyborg at 20110430 08:13|
The Mozilla foundation has plans to release a new 4.x version every two months. With the old requirement description of Project: Timberwolf this would mean a "moving target", which would make it extremely hard if not even impossible for the Frieden brothers to fulfill the requirements. The needed work would just be too much considering their various other duties regarding AmigaOS development.
Also we think that getting one full, clean and stable port of Firefox 4.0, where future work can be based on, is much more important than some quick and dirty port of the latest 4.x version just for the sake of getting the latest 4.x version.
For those reasons we decided to change the version requirements accordingly. Please see the Project: Timberwolf page, section "Version" for the details.